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IR820

This form is to be signed by staff from other government departments or agencies, and contractors, who have access to Inland Revenue information.

IR830

This factsheet provides an overview of your income tax and GST obligations.

IR833

Complete this form if you had a taxable property sale during the year and you're showing the income from the sale in the "Other income" box of your tax return. You'll need to complete this even if you include the income in your Financial statements summary (IR10).

IR855

This guide contains information for resident individuals who invest in PIEs.

IR856

A portfolio investment entity (PIE) is a new type of entity (such as a managed fund), that invests the contributions from investors in different types of investments. This guide contains information for trustees who invest in PIEs.

IR860

This guide provides information for entities that are looking to become a PIE and for existing PIEs.

IR861

This factsheet provides information about prescribed investor rates (PIR) and shows you what your correct rate should be.

IR862

You can use this form to elect to be a look-through company (LTC). To find out more about look-through companies please see our look-through companies (IR879) booklet.

IR879

This is a complete guide to the look-through company (LTC) rules.

IR880

This form is for applying for paid parental leave payments. It also has information on paid parental leave and who is eligible.

IR880D

This form is a statutory declaration you can use to prove your relationship with a child in your care when applying for paid parental leave.

IR881

This form is for transferring your paid parental leave payments to your spouse or partner.

IR886

This form can be used to tell us if you are arriving, have arrived in, are leaving or have left New Zealand so we can tell you your tax residence status and if you have any further New Zealand tax obligations.

IR888

The IR888 form is no longer available.Self-employed people now complete the Paid parental leave (PPL) application (IR880) form (link available below).

IR891

You can use this form to if you have a qualifying company (QC) or loss attributing qualifying company (LAQC) and want to transition to become a sole tradership or partnership. To find out more about the transitional process please see our Qualifying companies (IR435) booklet.

IR896

Form to use to revoke a look-through company (LTC) election.

IR871

This is a list of the companies that are considered to meet the exemption from the FIF rules for the year ended 31 March 2009.

IR871

This is a list of the companies that are considered to meet the exemption from the FIF rules for the year ended 31 March 2010.

IR871

This is a list of the companies that are considered to meet the exemption from the FIF rules for the year ended 31 March 2011. The list sets out four columns of information: the ASX ticker, company name, and additions and removals from the ASX All Ordinaries and Listed Investment Companies indices that occurred during the year.

IR871

This is a list of the companies that are considered to meet the exemption from the FIF rules for the year ended 31 March 2012. The list sets out four columns of information: the ASX ticker, company name, and additions and removals from the ASX All Ordinaries and Listed Investment Companies indices that occurred during the year.

IR871

This is a list of the companies that are considered to meet the exemption from the FIF rules for the year ended 31 March 2013. The list sets out four columns of information: the ASX ticker, company name, and additions and removals from the ASX All Ordinaries and Listed Investment Companies indices that occurred during the year.

IR871

This is a list of the companies that are considered to meet the exemption from the FIF rules for the year ended 31 March 2014. The list sets out four columns of information: the ASX ticker, company name, and additions and removals from the ASX All Ordinaries and Listed Investment Companies indices that occurred during the year.

IR871

This is a list of the companies (excluding listed investment companies) that are considered to meet the exemption from the FIF rules for the year ended 31 March 2015. The list sets out four columns of information: the ASX ticker code, company name, and additions and removals from the ASX All Ordinaries index that occurred during the year.

IR871

This is a list of the companies that are considered to meet the exemption from the FIF rules for the year ended 31 March 2008.